Manchester based Aeroco Group (Aeroco) have become the first ELMS customer to openly share their competence data with a key customer (Jet2.com), by utilising the ELMS solutions’ versatile inter-company connection functionality.
Aeroco, in support of their compliance obligations, have jointly taken this step with Jet2.com in order to provide oversight and visibility of personnel competence. Not only does this streamline and add efficiency to what was an administratively burdensome process, but it provides confidence through the transparent nature of the arrangement.
Commenting on this milestone, Aeroco’s Managing Director, Jonathan Bird, said: “We are delighted to reach this milestone and proud to be leading the way as the first company to carry out an ELMS user to user interaction. It is another significant step in the right direction to a long term operational strategy and something I strongly believe will help improve aviation and aerospace regulatory compliance. I’d like to thank Jet2.com and ELMS for their continued support and look forward to a positive future together.”
Jet2.com Director of Engineering & Maintenance, Chris Hubbard, added “As a leading leisure airline we are continuing to invest in technology that helps to underpin our businesses processes and procedures, ensuring compliance and competence whilst increasing efficiency and quality at the same time. We are delighted to see a key business partner in Aeroco making this investment to support our business.”
ELMS Aviation’s Chairman, Richard Mintern, commented: “We are delighted to see the Aeroco team embracing the functionality of the ELMS solution and the extended capability that it affords. We are also proud to support Aeroco in their commitment to excellence and their desire to demonstrate their capability and confidence to their clients.”